Hartville, Ohio

Jan 16, 1975 – Oct 1, 2019


January 16, 1975
October 1, 2019
Hartville, Ohio


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Shane M. Nalepa Shane M. Nalepa, age 44 of Hartville, died unexpectedly as a result of an underlying heart condition, which led to a heart attack on October 1, 2019. He was born on January 16, 1975 in Steubenville, Ohio, the son of John and Lois "Poochie" Holub. He attended Steubenville City...

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Shane was a great guy and will be missed by all that knew him. He was always fun to be around when I had the chance to see him. I will always remember the good time we all had when we went to the Masters Golf Tournament down in Augusta, GA back in 2007. I remember him enjoying the time he was having there.

Karla, Gavin and Beau my heart goes out to all of you in this time. I will always remember my time spent with Gavin during my student teaching at Kids Country. Gavin and Karla you were two of the sweetest people and i enjoyed the time we shared. My heart is broken for all of you and for the boys losing their dad at such a young age. Karla you are such a great mother it was clear seeing Gavin's manners and Kindness in preschool. My prayers are with you as you navigate this journey. Although I...

A wonderful, upbeat guy who was taken from us too soon. Godspeed on your continuing adventures, Shane, and heartfelt condolences to those you've left for now.
Tammy Gildersleeve
Title One Agency

Dearest Karla, Gavin, Beau and Family, There are no words to express how heartbroken we are to learn of Shane's passing. You all hold such a happy, cherished part of our hearts. Health restrictions keep us from being with you in person but we will celebrate a liturgy for Shane and the family this weekend. Words fail but we hope our love, prayers and support will help ease the pain and bring you peace & comfort. We are here for you. Love always, Phil & Linda

Nalepa Family: Shane was a great coach to our granddaughter's T-Ball team a couple of years ago. We were very impressed by this man. Please know that your family is in our thoughts and prayers. May God comfort your family today and in the days ahead. Deepest condolences.

God blessed us all (Pioneer Football) by bringing us together and allowing us to share a small piece of Shane life. He was truly a great person, a great teammate, a great friend, a great father, a great husband, a great man!

I will miss being there to pay my respects to you, to your family, and to the life you've lived my friend...

But I will never...EVER...forget your loyalty, your perseverance, your heart, your desire...and most of all your friendship. You will be...

Nalepa family and friends. I am so saddened by this news. We didn't know Shane, but his wife Karla. She was my daughters teacher. What a wonderful family. May your God be with you in this time of need and touch your hearts for the days ahead.

Bettilyon Family, Uniontown

Rest easy old pal. It was an honor to play against you, in High School, and with you at Malone. I'll forever cherish the memories.

Our thoughts are with the family and friends at this time.